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The journey along the Florida Keys -- Key Largo and Islamorada to Marathon, Big Pine and the Lower Keys to Key West -- can be as rewarding as the destination, showcasing an easy-going transition from mainland Atlantic coastal Florida to the Gulf of Mexico. This precious string of subtropical islands covered in olive colored mangroves, stands of pine, and swaying palms are made all the more captivating by surrounding emerald-green lagoons and wide open turquoise seas, mesmerizing in the sun. Longest of the string is Key Largo, inspiration for the icon Bogart and Bacall film, and a set location for some scenes. Big attractions here are John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and the adjacent Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary, featuring 55 varieties of coral, and nearly 500 species of fish. Key Largo also is home to the 510-foot Spiegel Grove, a retired U.S. Navy ship ranking as the world's largest vessel ever deliberately deep-sixed to create an artificial reef. Islamorada -- central jewel of the so-called "purple isles" named by Spanish explorers -- stakes claim as the "Sportfishing Capital of the World." Anchoring the seven-mile bridge, Marathon also features the 63.5-acre Crane Point Hammock, once the site of an Indian village and with evidence of pre-Columbian and prehistoric Bahamian artifacts. Big Pine Key and the Lower Keys feature the oft-photographed and occasionally in the news Bahia Honda Bridge and Bahia Honda State Park. Big Pine also is a national refuge for miniature Key deer. Key West ranks as both the end of the line and as a start for good times, with annual events from January's Literary Seminar and October's Fantasy Fest to year-around attractions like the Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Society Museum and hangouts favored by Hemingway during his Key West era from 1929 to 1939. Linked by the 120-mile Overseas Highway with 43 bridges including one that's seven miles long, the Florida Keys are filled with attractions, eateries, and lodging options from quaint bed-and-breakfasts to luxury waterfront resorts with spas, especially abundant in historic Key West.
We have organized our listings of Florida Keys' local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Florida Keys area by selecting one of the links shown below.
·Key West - Old Town
Historic District. Hotels at the center of Key West including numerous guesthouses and bed-and-breakfasts that capture the flavor and charm of this historic city.
45 minutes from Miami by air, hotels on the island of Key West nearest the southernmost point in the Continental U.S.
40 miles southwest of Miami, hotels on Key Largo, the longest of the islands, at the gateway to the Keys.
Hotels located just before the 7 mile bridge leading to the lower keys, on Marathon, rich in historical attractions.
Hotels on the island of Islamorada, the "Sportsfishing Capital of the World."
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Area Facts: The island of Key West was called Cayo Hueso, or 'Bone Key,' by early Spanish explorers, due to the number of Indian bones found on the beach. The area code for the Florida Keys is 305.
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